I love Sucre. Although I admit that I’ve entered a bit of a routine here. I always go to El Germen to eat. Their dishes are simply so nutritious! I pack myself with vitamins, proteins
I love Sucre. Although I admit that I’ve entered a bit of a routine here. I always go to El Germen to eat. Their dishes are simply so nutritious! I pack myself with vitamins, proteins and minerals there, to survive in a world based on bread and meat. But on this Sunday, they were closed 🙁
But their neighbours were open! They had a lunch set that was the same for everyone. 20 BOBs, 2.6 euros. Lovely salad and soup. Most people eating there were rather old.
And then potatoes for main dish! I wish I had a starving 19th century Norrland to feed here.
One thing I don’t like about Latin America though, is the lack of licorice ice creams. I haven’t seen a single one :/ This might explain why I get so thin by travelling.
Today is my last day of drinking, as January’s sober week starts tomorrow. Would it be alcoholic to buy a bottle of “Stark” vodka just because of that? I guess it would.
But I wasn’t alone today, but got my two Austrians from Uyuni! They had taken the three-day salt tours, despite their altitude sicknesses. And it was lovely. They showed me all the lovely pictures and videos. I got a tiny bit jealous. But not jealous enough to go back. I need to go north!
We ate in one of the few restaurants that was open despite the Sunday. I had yakisoba, and it was not overly Japanese. Or good. But packed with nutritious stuff, so good dinner in that sense. And after dinner we made it to Berlin, where we met two German bus friends of theirs. We talked for a while, and then danced all night!
Or, at least until they closed at one and told us to go home. It’s a Sunday after all. Not my favourite day!